PICKIT3 fail to autoimport Hex files of PIC24.


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    My PICKIT3 works correctly with PIC18 & 16, but every time that I compile for a PIC24, the programmer software recognize the date and timer of the Hex is changed, but when try to load it, generate one error as:

    Error Loading Hex File: Write Aborted.

    There are a way or workaround to solve this boring problem?

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    Does it do this if you manually import the hex file?
    I use the PICkit3 and have only used one pic24 chip but it worked fine every time. After I recompiled, MPLAB automatically updated the hex file ready for programming the next trial. I always use power supplied by the PICkit3.
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    I seem to remember, but can't find the thread, that this has come up in the past. I suspect it has something to do with way that the assembler/linker updates the HEX file.

    George

    Edit I think I may be wrong. I see that the Keep_Hex_File directive in Proton has no impact in the resultant ASM file. Which I guess means that the compiler is deleting or not the HEX file. I wonder if there is some unpublished directive in Proton24?
    Last edited by towlerg; 26th January 2016 at 11:40. Reason: old and stupid
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    If I make the operation manually, all goes correctly.

    Also, after the error, if I click on the button:

    "Auto Import Hex + Write Device"

    I found the right file correctly selected in the File name field. Then I need to do enter and then the Hex file is downloaded on the PIC24.

    Seems to me one problem related to the timing of the compiler.

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    Hi twlerg,
    you post your message two minutes before my answer during my typing
    I was answering to John.

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    After a Googleing about this problem I have found a thread on this forum of around two years ago.

    http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/archive/index.php/t-71587.html

    reading the thread seems to me that the problem is on the timing of the PIC24 compiler correlated with the PICKIT3 timing to read Hex file.

    Also the latest post of DCT15 generate to me some confusion.

    Probably Les can say some words about this trouble.

    Also I have try to run the PICKit3 program as administrator under Windows10, but the problem remain the same.

    To show what appen at my side, please take a look at the video at this link:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/r4jlk2ezjin5cvx/PICKIT3FailToAutoloadHex.avi?dl=0

    If you can download the file, the video quality is better.

    Leo

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